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The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE) presented its summer conference, themed “Next Steps in Classical Lutheran Education: Our Heritage, Our Future,” on the campus of Faith Lutheran School of Plano July 17-19.

The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE) presented its summer conference, themed “Next Steps in Classical Lutheran Education: Our Heritage, Our Future,” on the campus of Faith Lutheran School of Plano July 17-19.

The conference featured a variety of presentations highlighting topics such as classical education, curriculum resources, education methods, special needs students, essay writing, curriculum mapping and much more. The conference was attended by more than 190 school administrators, educators, home school families from 22 states.

“This conference is an amazing opportunity for administrators, educators, parents and others to gather to learn about classical education and to discuss best practices, trends and techniques, said Faith Lutheran School of Plano Headmaster and CCLE President Rev. Stephen W. Kieser. “In addition, this was an opportunity for our conference attendees to worship together and enjoy camaraderie together.  We enjoyed an educational, enriching time of fellowship and learning.”
 
About Faith Lutheran School: In 1971, the congregation of Faith Lutheran Church in Plano, Texas established a preschool for children of the congregation. Since then, the school has grown and opened enrollment to all in the community on a tuition basis. Faith Lutheran School is fully accredited and provides classes from preschool through twelfth grade. School curriculum is based on the acclaimed classical model of education. The school's educational program includes both sports and fine arts. To learn more about Faith Lutheran School, please visit www.flsplano.org or call 972.423.7448.

About the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education: The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE) exists to promote, establish, and equip individuals and schools committed to confessional Lutheran doctrine and a classical approach to education.  CCLE will advance and promote classical education within the context of confessional Lutheranism among students, faculty, administrators, pastors, and home educators by providing standards, conferences, professional development, resource materials, and consulting services. For more information, please visit www.ccle.org

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